Data-driven Healthcare for Medical Equipment Suppliers
Data-driven Healthcare for Medical Equipment Suppliers

Medical equipment suppliers provide the rest of the healthcare industry with the latest innovations to enhance patient care and improve outcomes. They must manage a growing number of data sources, while streamlining existing processes in the face of narrowing operating margins. As part of the healthcare ecosystem, they must achieve these objectives while also meeting all industry-standard compliance requirements, ranging from HIPAA and PHI to emerging requirements such as GDPR.

With Solix Common Data Platform (CDP), medical equipment suppliers can improve the performance of core CRM and SCM applications while reducing infrastructure costs. With API-connected dashboards featuring insights from materials management to cash flow optimization, Solix CDP allows medical equipment suppliers to streamline operations and free up resources to continue innovating.

Solix Common Data Platform for the Medical Equipment Suppliers
  • Solix Enterprise Archiving: Move less active data from production applications to an archive, purging it from the source to improve performance and reduce infrastructure costs by storing archived data on commodity hardware.
  • Solix Enterprise Data Lake: Low-cost, bulk storage of data in varying formats to create a single logical data lake across multiple locations, whether on-premises or in the cloud.
  • Advanced Analytics: Connect through a growing library of APIs to dashboards for next-generation predictive, prescriptive and image analytics.
  • ILM & Data Governance: Data governance through an Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) framework to ensure industry-standard compliance requirements are met, with flexibility for custom business rules.
  • Enterprise Cash Consolidation: Maximize revenue opportunities with claims and cash flow management analytics powered by Emagia.


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